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North West 200 NI Railways Timetable

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Translink NI Railways is advising passengers of time table arrangements for the North West 200 on Saturday 14th May.

 The following services will operate from Great Victoria Street to Portrush at 0810, 0910, 0940, 1010, 1110 and 1210 while services will depart Portrush to Great Victoria Street at 1505, 1705, 1840 and 1905.

The last train from Portrush to Coleraine will depart at 2003 which will connect with the 2019 Coleraine to Belfast service.

 To accommodate the additional numbers of passengers expected to travel on NI Railways services, there will be additional capacity on some morning and evening services.

University Station & Dhu Varren Station services to Portrush & Coleraine will be suspended after 0830.  The next service calling at University & Dhu Varren stations will be the 1943 from Coleraine.

For the safety and comfort of all our passengers a No Alcohol policy will be strictly enforced on Saturday 14th May. Passengers carrying alcohol, either opened or unopened or under the influence of alcohol will be refused travel. We reserve the right to search and refuse travel to anyone who declines.

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